The Wills Park Pool, located at 1815 Old Milton Parkway, Alpharetta, is set to reopen June 13 with adjusted public health precautions and hours, according to the city of Alpharetta. Public swim is available from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday-Monday and from noon to 7 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday.

The pool pavilion will not be available for rent this summer, and chairs will not be available on the pool deck; however, guests are encouraged to bring their own seating. The concession stand will be open.

No cash payments for entry fees will be accepted, only credit or debit cards. Body temperatures will be taken at entry, and those with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher will not be allowed to enter. The city is relying on guests to maintain social distancing measures both in and out of the pool, and the maximum capacity for the Wills Park Pool has been reduced to 120 people per Gov. Brian Kemp's orders and for public safety, according to the city's website. Swim lessons will be modified to reflect the governor's orders and to maintain participant safety.

Pool passes will not be offered this summer, and those age 3 and under get in free. To receive a resident discount for entry fees, the entrant must show a driver's license or utility bill with their name and address within the city of Alpharetta.

Entry fees:

  • Nonresident general fee (age 54 and under): $8

  • Alpharetta resident general fee (age 54 and under): $5

  • Nonresident general fee (age 55 and older): $2

  • Alpharetta resident general fee (age 55 and older): $1


Sharks swim team starts June 15 with regular hours, and the season has been extended through July. Fitness and senior swim activities also do not start until June 15.


  • Senior swim: Monday and Saturday from 8:30-11:30 a.m.

  • Senior water aerobics: Monday and Saturday from 9-10 a.m.

  • Open lap swim: Monday and Saturday from 8:30-11:30 a.m. One swimmer is allowed per lane unless the swimmers are related. Two lanes will be available.

  • Open water fitness: Monday and Saturday from 10-11 a.m.